BEIER, Harold Charles

Date of birth: 28 Mar 1914 Colfax, McLean County, Illinois

Date of death: 29 Aug 1980 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana

Source: Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, Edinburg, Johnson County, Indiana, September 4, 1980

Harold Beier
      Harold C. Beier, 66, route 11, Columbus, died Friday at 
Veterans Hospital in Indianapolis.  He was the husband of 
the former Mabel Compton, former employee of Reliance 
Electric of Columbus and International Harvester in Indian-
apolis.
      Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Hugh 
Owen of Edinburgh Tuesday morning at 11:00 at Eskew Funeral 
Home.  Burial was at Rest Haven Cemetery.  Serving as 
pallbearers were Roscoe Compton, Bill Compton and John 
Compton, Jim VanVleet, Austin Sharp and Bernard Hendrick.
      Beier was born at Colfax, Ill., March 28, 1914, the son 
of Charles and Elizabeth Clark Beier and married Miss Comp-
ton June 3, 1943.  He was an Army veteran of World War II.
      Other survivors are three sons, Ronnie Beier of Gnaw Bone, 
James Beier of Ft. Lee, Fla., and Donald Beier, Austin, Texas; 
a daughter, Bonnie Sharp, Lowell Addition, Columbus; two 
sisters, Edith Buzzard of Chicago and Catherine Burton, Leroy, 
Ill.; and two grandchildren. 

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey

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